For a batter with at least 500 at bats in a season, the fewest is 3 by Hall of Famer Joe Sewell for the New York Yankees in 1932. He had 503 official at bats that season and only struckout 3 times.
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Albert Pujols with 704 strikeouts and 445 HRs through the 2011 season.
In Sandy's perfect game against the Cubs in 1965 he struckout 14 batters ... he struckout every batter he faced at least once except for Don Kessinger.
For the stat "Strikeouts per 9 Innings" for pitchers that have pitched at least 1000 innings the all time leader, through games played on September 22, 2009 is Randy Johnson with 10.61 strikeouts per 9 innings pitched (4872 strikeouts in 4132 1/3 innings pitched).Second all time is Kerry Wood with 10.39 strikeouts per 9 innings pitched (1466 strikeouts in 1270 1/3 innings pitched) and third is Pedro Martinez with 10.05 strikeouts per 9 innings pitched (3152 strikeouts in 2823 1/3 innings pitched).
Joe Sewell, a Hall of Fame shortstop and third baseman for Cleveland (1920-1930), and the Yankees (1931-1933) is credited with having the lowest strikeout to at bat ratio in Major League history. Sewell had 7132 official at bats and struck out 114 times.
That was California Angels first baseman Joe Rudi. Guidry struckout every batter in the Angels lineup at least once as he pitched a complete game and the Yankees won 4-0. Guidry had 18 strikeouts in the game.
If your question is about pitchers, Nolan Ryan accrued 5,714 strikeouts in his career, with Randy Johnson being second at 4,875 and Roger Clemens third at 4,672. If it's about batters, Reggie Jackson holds the record with 2,597 strikeouts in his career...Jim Thome is second at 2,337. If current player and single-season strikeout record holder Mark Reynolds, however, has a 12-year major league career, he'll get close to exceeding Reggie's mark, at least if he maintains his current pace. While Reggie struck out in 26% of his at bats over his career, Reynolds has amassed 626 strikeouts in 1661 at bats, an astonishing 38% of the time! To beat Reggie, Reynolds will need only 6,837 at bats, about 10-11 full season's worth, or about 2/3 the number of at bats Reggie had.
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Yes. But he has to face at least 1 batter.
Zero. Remember the 0-14 Tampa Bay Bucaneers?
it rains the least in the winter i think...
On average, the seasons have the same number of days. The number of days in a year cannot be evenly divided into the 4 seasons, so, each year, one season will have one more day than the other three. But this is not the same season every year, and, on average, the number of days is the same for all seasons.
Yes. There will be at least one more season.
1978 Washington Bullets 44-38. Least amount of regular season wins non-strike/non-lockout season.
At least one pitch and in the other side the number could be unlimited. Remember that the maximum count is 3 balls and two strikes and after next pitch either is base and balls or strike out the batter. Problem is that after the second strike every other foul is not counted and this is the reason it could be an unlimited number of fouls. I have seen bat turns with sixteen pitches to make a batter, but could be more as it is explained.
The least prime number is 2.
the least number in the world is -transfinite number
In the dry season
round number of 2000000 to least and greatest number